Aug 09, 2015

NRA-ILA | Seattle City Council Committee Advances Legislation to Tax Gun Owners, Abuse Taxpayers

This week the Education and Governance Committee of the Seattle City Council unanimously advanced legislation to implement a $25 tax on firearms and a $0.05 per round tax on ammunition sold at retail, and to force gun owners to report a lost or stolen firearm within 24 hours. The city council has moved forward with the proposal despite Washington’s strong firearms preemption statute that was...

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